THE ASSOCIATED PRESS ST. PETERSBURG, Fla. -- Two state legislators have filed bills that would require the state Division of Recreation and Parks to build golf courses in state parks in every region of Florida. Bills filed last week by Sen. John Thrasher and Rep. Patrick Rooney would create a Jack Nicklaus Golf Trail around Florida. The bills call for at least one Nicklaus-designed course to be built in state parks in all five regions of Florida. Rooney's version specifically names one park that has to get a Nicklaus course: Jonathan Dickinson State Park in Martin County on the east coast. http://www.miamiherald.com/2011/03/10/2107234/2-fla-lawmakers-want-golf-courses.html I guess Golf Courses are more of a money maker than State Parks...You suppose if it goes through the people paying taxes for State Parks will get a refund? My guess, not likely.